Charles R. Weatherhogg

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Charles R. Weatherhogg (1872 - 1937) was an architect in Fort Wayne, Indiana.[1] He was born in Donington, England and attended the Art Institute of Lincoln in Lincolnshire. He worked for an architect in Lincolnshire before coming to the United States to see the 1893 World's Fair, lived in Chicago for a year, and settled in Fort Wayne in 1892. [1][2]

Weatherhogg had a brief partnership with Alfred Grindle until Grindle moved to Muncie. Weatherhogg's practice was one of the most prominent in Fort Wayne during the early twentieth century. [2]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f C. R. WEATHERHOGG DIED SUDDENLY (Obituary) The News-Journal, October 18, 1937 (North Manchester Historical Society)
  2. ^ a b [1]
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